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  • #61
    I don`t think you understood most of my post, and if you think I believe I cannot change his opinion, you are wrong.

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    • #62
      Start singing the song! Everybodys changing!

      Peace.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Paradox Uncreated View Post
        I don`t think you understood most of my post, and if you think I believe I cannot change his opinion, you are wrong.
        Well there's certainly no harm trying, but nobody has succeeded in almost 3 decades, so you've got a bit of a challenge ahead of you

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        • #64
          And well quite frankly if he doesn`t change, GNUs are only good for burgers if you know what I mean.

          Anyone can take that idea and carry it forward in a decent way. A licence that promotes opensource and stays opensource, is what it is about.

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          • #65
            Good enough?

            Maximal opensource licence.
            ---------------------------

            This program, plugin, or function is licenced under the Maximal Opensource Licence.
            That means that it`s source should always stay open source. And any changes must be available with
            the branches. And its derivatives can never in anyway be released as closed source.

            Authorship can be included, but it is not neccesary. A list of changes by author is though recommended.

            --

            This will also fix the complaints about GplV3 being too complicated. (obscure?)

            Peace.

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            • #66
              I'm a bit jealous of Paradox Uncreated, while I have to make do with simple beer over the weekends (yes I know, more alcohol propanda!) it seems obvious that he has access to 'some really good sh*t'.

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              • #67
                Yeah well its obvious that you take dicks up the ass. Why you think that makes you competent to speak in this matter, is ofcourse another issue.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by Paradox Uncreated View Post
                  Yeah well its obvious that you take dicks up the ass. Why you think that makes you competent to speak in this matter, is ofcourse another issue.
                  Lol, chill out man! I really meant nothing bad, just a bit of fun!

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                  • #69
                    There are people in the opensource environment, as all environments that are on the mental level of a bimbo, when it comes to religion and politics. It`s the kind of people who think politicians are all corrupt and the police are pigs. They have no idea what a democracy is. If one should listen to them, it would mean complete self-destruction. Yet, they still think they should voice their opinion? Why is that? These people are often the promicuous from high-school. I think all of us, remember one of those. Completely ignorant, extremely mindless. Yet, all the partners she has had, makes her think she is popular, and that for some reason, she should voice the interests of queendom.

                    Like for instance, New Kids On The Block is good. Touching your penis, and sleeping with whores is good.

                    Now if you take a look at the people who are actually running this country, they aren`t like this.
                    However, the ignorant will still harass you, because of your political interests, your higher intelligence, and your religious morality. Simply that of understanding ones own good, will be a reason for them to reject you.

                    Now look at your own opinion in this matter. Are you the bimbo, or are you the sane man?

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                    • #70
                      Maybe I am going to write a standard reply to trolls/internet-satans aswell. Osnews, phoronix, kvr-audio, general discussion-forums, all seem to be filled with people who do nothing but drown out real signal. The internet, is high-technology that could serve our society well. Unfortunately people do not seem to be brought up properly to behave well enough. And so it is mostly a demon currently. Demonizing the very people that uphold the society they live in.

                      To those who have a mind : There is a solution.

                      Maybe my standard reply to the troll/internet-satan should be something like this:

                      I am going to tell you how this is going to be.
                      You are going to go online, make a lot of fuss, to the point of annoyance of most participants.
                      They will start to think of methods, to fix this problem.
                      Islam is a religion of good conduct, and hard punishments, against poor behaviour.
                      You go online again, make a lot of fuss, and people will start to consider these punishments.
                      Ultimately the only thing you contribute to, is your own death, when they realize that these
                      punishments are a way of getting rid of people like you, and to protect our children, and our future
                      society. I remind you that atheism and homophilia have death penalties in Iran.
                      So go ahead, the more of an idiot you are, the more you speed up the change.


                      Peace.

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by Paradox Uncreated View Post
                        Maximal opensource licence.
                        ---------------------------

                        This program, plugin, or function is licenced under the Maximal Opensource Licence.
                        That means that it`s source should always stay open source. And any changes must be available with
                        the branches. And its derivatives can never in anyway be released as closed source.

                        Authorship can be included, but it is not neccesary. A list of changes by author is though recommended.

                        --

                        This will also fix the complaints about GplV3 being too complicated. (obscure?)

                        Peace.
                        It is simple, but at the same time ambiguous. For example: To whom must the branches be available? The licence doesn't make this clear.

                        There's a reason that the GPL is long-winded, and that's because it explicitly states all of the conditions, ifs and buts about everything. In one sense it's quite a restrictive licence. The BSD licence is a lot shorter but it doesn't regulate nearly as much and therefore doesn't prevent derivative work from being made closed (nor was it ever intended to).

                        If you want a really simple licence, check out the WTFPL. It isn't exactly open-source friendly, but it's not closed-source friendly either. Actually, you could say that it is friendly to both.
                        Last edited by randomizer; 05-02-2012, 09:11 AM.

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                        • #72
                          I understand that this is a difficult subject for you, and that a licence with the name "wtf" in it, would suffice you. You didn`t not understand anything in my posts at all.

                          And I don`t see why the wordsound should be more complicated, when "open source" is an established term.

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                          • #73
                            To the new readers, ofcourse the obscurities I have already discussed aren`t the only ones.

                            For instance, why would GNU/linux be more correct?
                            Shouldn`t it then be GNU/Gnome/Linux?
                            Or into the absurd, GNU/Gnome/Linux/Nividia (closed)/ etc.

                            You see it fails because of obscurity?

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                            • #74
                              I probably said most of these things already, but was compelled to do another post.

                              RMS is like a sectleader with many followers, much like an Osama. And he has probably as little to do with the opensource movement as Osama has to do with Islam. They are both icons for some, but sensible people see through this.

                              We recently also had a killer in Norway, with very strong views, with a bimbo-mindset of "Hide all the whores and the booze, Eurabia is coming".

                              I have been listening to a lot of junk idiocy recently, and have started to realize that a lot of "leaders" within a lot of sectarian communities, are mad shaytans. Including poets like Rumi, that even are very popular in America, and seen as some guru, the eternal pantheist God, who puts forth hasish, alcohol and homophilia as something positive.

                              Therefore I react strictly, precisely and fiercely, to something that resembles sectarianhood to me. Particulary when RMS takes the role of thought-police, after my first email to him, and restrains me from using the word "open source", and replacing it with free software, which he claims is not opensource. etc. Which leads to confusion about what exactly is free, and thus the statement "free as in speech not as in beer". I am sure most people actually ignore most of that and only hear beer, and is the reason for popularity of beer in the opensource circles. If it wasn`t for the alcohol, beer would be fine enough, but it is rarely like that. (Iran actually has health-beer. (!). If I ever go there, I must taste it.)

                              And ofcourse the later addition of "libre". The beer statement wasn`t good enough? And exactly what is this free? He sings about "be free hacker"? Does the licence put you into nirvana, or what is it about freedom here?

                              To me all this can be simplified to simple statements, now that opensoure is an established practise.

                              And all the GNU/beer/free whatever can be gone, and it can be about opensource, without obscurities.

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